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Devour You (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: RT 0074LP. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. Lizzy (2:59)
  2. Bet My Brains (3:53)
  3. Home Alone (2:34)
  4. No More Pennies (3:43)
  5. You Dig Yours (2:42)
  6. Toy Teenager (1:06)
  7. Hollywood Ending (3:30)
  8. She Gets Around (3:15)
  9. I Don't Need You (3:04)
  10. Rich Taste (3:28)
  11. Born Asleep (4:57)
  12. Tank Top (1:19)
  13. Call Me A Baby (3:44)
Review: There are two things Starcrawler can definitely be described as - lost children of the 1970s, and incredibly Los Angeles in style. They make music that seems impossible to remove from one of the headiest rock 'n' roll decades in history, despite age preventing them from actually having been there at the time. It also falls on the polished side of heavy metal, channeling both pop punk and bare-chested, sweat-soaked guitar solos in one fell swoop. The result is a record that plays out like a bar fight in Tinsel Town. Muscular, powerful, driving and unarguably sexy, from the gaggle of kids preceding the onslaught of opener "Lizzy" to the final, liquor-soaked midnight sing-a-long of "Call Me A Baby", "Devour You" does what it says on the tin, with all the subtlety of Hollywood's finest, and perhaps even more entertainment value.
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 in stock $17.22
Cat: RT 0074CD. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. Lizzy
  2. Bet My Brains
  3. Home Alone
  4. No More Pennies
  5. You Dig Yours
  6. Toy Teenager
  7. Hollywood Ending
  8. She Gets Around
  9. I Don't Need You
  10. Rich Taste
  11. Born Asleep
  12. Tank Top
  13. Call Me A Baby
Review: There are two things Starcrawler can definitely be described as - lost children of the 1970s, and incredibly Los Angeles in style. They make music that seems impossible to remove from one of the headiest rock 'n' roll decades in history, despite age preventing them from actually having been there at the time. It also falls on the polished side of heavy metal, channeling both pop punk and bare-chested, sweat-soaked guitar solos in one fell swoop. The result is a record that plays out like a bar fight in Tinsel Town. Muscular, powerful, driving and unarguably sexy, from the gaggle of kids preceding the onslaught of opener "Lizzy" to the final, liquor-soaked midnight sing-a-long of "Call Me A Baby", "Devour You" does what it says on the tin, with all the subtlety of Hollywood's finest, and perhaps even more entertainment value.
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 in stock $9.67
Devour You (limited red marbled vinyl LP + MP3 download code in scratch & sniff sleeve)
Cat: RT 0074LPE. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. Lizzy (3:00)
  2. Bet My Brains (3:54)
  3. Home Alone (2:34)
  4. No More Pennies (3:46)
  5. You Dig Yours (2:42)
  6. Toy Teenager (1:08)
  7. Hollywood Ending (3:28)
  8. She Gets Around (3:13)
  9. I Don't Need You (3:05)
  10. Rich Taste (3:27)
  11. Born Asleep (4:57)
  12. Tank Top (1:21)
  13. Call Me A Baby (3:38)
Review: There are two things Starcrawler can definitely be described as - lost children of the 1970s, and incredibly Los Angeles in style. They make music that seems impossible to remove from one of the headiest rock 'n' roll decades in history, despite age preventing them from actually having been there at the time. It also falls on the polished side of heavy metal, channeling both pop punk and bare-chested, sweat-soaked guitar solos in one fell swoop. The result is a record that plays out like a bar fight in Tinsel Town. Muscular, powerful, driving and unarguably sexy, from the gaggle of kids preceding the onslaught of opener "Lizzy" to the final, liquor-soaked midnight sing-a-long of "Call Me A Baby", "Devour You" does what it says on the tin, with all the subtlety of Hollywood's finest, and perhaps even more entertainment value.
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 in stock $19.10
Cat: RTRADST 599. Rel: 30 Jul 11
 
Indie
  1. Stars
  2. Elephants
  3. Billie Holiday
  4. Beetles
  5. Burgundi
  6. Krimson
 in stock $8.60
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